When I am looking for the best fit, I consult the "size chart" for the item, which gives me the actual measurements for each size, per manufacturer. This size chart is located within the web page of the item I am seeking. If the chart only goes from S to XL, and the measurements are not compatible to my size, then I look for the item in the "plus size section", open the chart for the plus sizes and check there to see the measurements that best match my size; I then read the reviews to see if the size I need is "true to size", "runs bigger" or "smaller", and whether the item shrinks after the first wash, etc. and determine what best suits my needs.
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Age: Over 60
How often do you shop at JCPenney? Occasionally
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